A new survey from Caesars Entertainment has been commissioned and conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, found a majority of people in Pennsylvania look so regulated online gambling in the state and the taxation of income as a viable option for new state revenue.

The survey differs from previous surveys that simply asked whether the voters “for or against” online gambling, which found most state residents against the idea.

Asked the new poll, more contextual questions. Three quarters of respondents-76percent-of the individual states should decide whether online poker is allowed. Only 19 percent support a nationwide ban. The results were essentially the same for all political parties and in different geographical regions throughout the state, according to a press statement.

The survey also asked for a reaction to certain arguments for online gaming. For example, 55 percent of respondents said law regulated online gaming was a good way to shut down illegal sites.

The poll surveyed 602 likely general election voters June 4 to 8 with live callers to landline and mobile phones, and has a plus or minus 4 percent margin of error.